Dr. Walid Salah Badawy
Orthopedics Spinal Surgeon
Lower Back, Neck, Spinal Deformities, Knee and Hip Joint Replacement
Dr. Badawy training was partially at Cairo University, Egypt and partially in England. He started at Cairo University (Kasr Eleini), Egypt, where he completed his Trauma and Orthopedic full training and rotation in 2001. He was appointed as an assistant Lecturer then Lecturer then assistant professor of Orthopedics and spinal surgery at Cairo University. In 2001, Dr Badawy moved to England where he finished a very busy Spinal Fellowship at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital, Exeter, UK then was appointed as an Orthopedics and Spinal speciality Doctor. He continued to practice and participate in treating patients in England from 2001 till 2012 and he worked in 4 busy hospitals in England.
Dr. Badawy has numerous publications in the lower back and spinal surgery field including:
- Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery – British Volume, Vol 90-B, Issue SUPP_III, 455. Lumbar Total Disc Replacement. Clinical Results: With a 2-year minimum follow up I.M.Emran; W.S. Badawy; R.Badge; P.G.Hourigan; and D.Chan
- IntOrthop. 2006 Aug;30(4):305-8. Epub 2006 Apr 25. Results of instrumented posterolateral fusion in failed back surgery. Badawy WS, El Masry MA, Radwan YA, El Haddidi TT.
- Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery – British Volume, Vol 88-B, Issue SUPP_II, 272. The early experience in lumbar artificial disc replacement in the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital, W Salah Badawy and Chan D.
- ActaOrthop Belg. 2004 Aug;70(4):332-6. Anterior lumbar interbody fusion using a hybrid graft. El-Masry MA, Katsochis A, Badawy WS, El-Hawary YK
- Injury. 2004 Oct;35(10):1064-7. Combined anterior and posterior stabilisation for treating an unstable cervical spine fracture in a patient with long standing ankylosing spondylitis. El-Masry MA, Badawy WS, Chan D.
- IntOrthop. 2004 Oct;28(5):294-7. Epub 2004 Aug 11. Combined anterior interbody fusion and posterior pedicle screw fixation in patients with degenerative lumbar disc disease. El-Masry MA, Badawy WS, Rajendran P, Chan D.
- Resistant tennis elbow: shock-wave therapy versus percutaneous tenotomy, Journal International Orthopaedics, Publisher Springer Berlin / Heidelberg, ISSN 0341-2695 (Print) 1432-5195 (Online) Issue Volume 32, Number 5 / October 2008, Category Original Paper DOI 10.1007/s00264-007-0379-9, Pages 671-67
He also presented and participated in organization of different international scientific activities.
Education and Training
- MB. BCh. Degree, Cairo University 1992
- Orthopaedic Residency, Rotating 1994-1997
- MSC (Orth) part I. 1994, Cairo University
- MSC (Orth& Trauma) part II 1996, Cairo University
- MD Thesis (Spinal Surgery), 2001, Cairo University
- MD (Doctorate) in Orthopedics and Spinal Surgery, 2002, Cairo University
- Post Graduate Award in Intramedullary Nailing for long bones fractures, Warwick University, England 2004
- Specialist Registrar Orthopedics, Cairo University Hospitals, 1994-2001
- Specialist Registrar Spinal Surgery, Student Teaching Hospital, 1997, Cairo, Egypt
- Specialist Registrar Spinal Unit, Nasr City, Health Insurance Teaching Hospital, 1998, Cairo, Egypt
- Orthopaedic SHO Trainee, Withybush Hospital, Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK 2001-2002
- Orthopaedic SHO Trainee, Morriston Hospital, Swansea, Wales, UK 2001-2002
- Spinal Fellowship, Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital 2003
- Orthopedics and Spinal Specialty Doctor, Hinchingbrooke Hospital, Huntingdon, Cambridgshire, England, 2003-2012
- Ass. Professor of Orthopedics and Spinal surgery, 2008, Cairo, Egypt